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. the stars who are performing this -- this year. captioned by the national captioning institute --www.ncicap.org-- >> we began with the weather. after a hot and humid day, some storms have moved into our region. >> some very powerful storms through the area. take a look at what is happening outside. you can barely see. this is the white house. you can see the strong activity across the district. this is moving towards reagan national airport. the trees are really blowing. have a lot of newspaper stands blowing away. this storm system is moving s the south and east. we have a severe thunderstorm in effect for the entire area. the area shaded in orange district,the arlington, montgomery county in warning moderstorm until 7:00. this is for the planes. this is in effect until 7:00. you can see the severe thunderstorm watch. of course, we will continue to these storms. you can go to wjla.com and check out our interactive radar. the forecast coming up in a few minutes. there was storms over night e at a church. fir lightning struck the methodist maryland at 5:00 in the morning. debrise is a
. captioned by the national captioning institute --www.ncicap.org-- >>> fireworks and festivities. how the nation's capital celebrated the fourth of july. good morning washington. it is tuesday july 5. i am cynee simpson. >> we begin with traffic and weather. we are going to start with adam caskey. adam how is the rest of the week going to be? we got through last night after some deliberation. >> there were some areas of rain and a few thunderstorms into the early evening. the national mall unscathed. here is a look at storm watch 7. radar. a few lingering light showers or sprinkles in the lower southern maryland. slowly pushing to the east. 75 in the district. cumberland is 63. 66 in frederick. 74 and muggy in lexington park. mostly sunny skies. the morning rain is moving out of here. highs in the lower 90. partly cloudy tomorrow. a few thunderstorms in the afternoon. far south of the metro today, we could have some late they storms in fredericksburg and southward. >>> very light traffic. the american legion bridge, everything moving smoothly. because of a holiday yesterday to know ro
be if elected, including addressing the national debt, and launched a revolution to create jobs. this is the last of the former utah's governor campaign stops. this is about 40 minutes. [applause] my grandfather was an educator and used to teach his son is that if you want to succeed at life in anything worth achieving, you want to become more than a teacher, an educator. he said that if you cannot cut it as an educator, you will always need a fallback position in life. you can always go into business. my dad went into business. he did not cut it as an educator. i got the same lecture from my dad growing up. a son, if you want to make anything of your life growing up, you have got to go into business. if that is where you can make things, create value, and change the world. but not everyone is cut out for business and you have to have a fallback position in life if you cannot cut it there. you can always go into politics. [laughter] that is a long way of saying, i am the loser of the loser of an educator. the huntsman family started out with noble intentions, but here we are. we
administration we offered the national space policy. this is the first of its kind. this even and has not been done before and it's good timing because this may be one of the last defense c-span does because we all know the end of the world is tomorrow. a little bit of the space enterprise council, we advocate for the advancement of the space commerce in the context of white space is important to economic and national security. why is that important right now with the budget environment that we have come space budgets are under attack, and we believe space is so integral and important to the nation this has to be our message, and we bring that message out not only to the inside the beltway crowd but also outside the beltway crowd as well as the global audience. so, it's my pleasure to introduce my co-host for today the president of the george marshall institute, the institute is one of the leading players in washington, d.c. focusing on space, security issues and space exploration issues. so jeff, i want to have the microphone over to you. >> thank you, david, and to the space enterprise couns
and be a black national? even in america in the 1950s the black nationalists understood it. he could make a claim that maybe there's a problem with conservatives but blacks as a national at all that's marable editorialized, right? and bringing it back to gender is what i found interesting some of his passages on gender he attributed malcolm's attitudes towards women towards nationalism when at the same time martin luther king stated he could not work with strong black women. he didn't know how to do it. this is something if we were to take black political ideology, it's not black nationalism, it's black integrationists and black radicalists it's not black feminists for reasons we can't understand why. this is one of the passages no, this is marable editorializing and that's why it's incumbent. the black academy is far more diverse when manning started. far more diverse but what we really need is more straight up black nationalist dollars because black nationalism is the most misunderstood black political ideology. [laughter] >> that passage stuck me as well and i would just say -- my response to
by the national captioning institute --www.ncicap.org-- >> are glad to have you with us on this holiday. i am scott thuman. >> i am cynne simpson. time for travel and weather. we will look at the roads in just a second. we begin with a meteorologist adam caskey. >>> lightning strikes are possible. that poses the biggest threat to everybody outside enjoying the fourth of july. we could have widespread -- we have should not have a widespread, severe thunderstorm like yesterday. 69 in very bill. -- berryville. highs this afternoon in the 90's. they should start after 3:00. around fireworks time, cannot rule out the stray patch of storms. highs near 80 degrees on the national mall. high as the rest of the week will hover around 90. typical july whether. -- weather. >> adam, a typical commute -- a typical -- atypical commute. not too many people commuting to keep in mind the hov lanes -- commuting. keep in mind the hov lanes restrictions. check out 395 heading up past the beltway. a broken-down vehicle is crowded to the right lane. continue up for the 14th street bridge bid 66 -- light volume. whe
was approaching the area, police evacuated the national mall. >> i grew up in wyoming. when they say thunderstorm, i
said before we had a national space council. the president was interested in the area of it and so he was more than happy to have one. we had rate relations and is each one of these guys will tell you, the chemistry inside the white house makes a big and how it is done. difference on what can be done there is internal wrangling for a variety of reasons, things get hard. if there is comedy, if there is clarity, and there is unity than a lot of good things can happen. we had a clarity, comedy and red -- unity. scowcroft is a terrific guy. he deferred to us on matters and their intelligence space matters that required the nfc to be a joint partner in all of these things. he had no ego, enormous energy and there was a lot of things he was focused on with the end of the cold war. in our case we had ballot from way. he was focused on supercollider. it was the main focus of osd tea and we also had a variety of things on diametric separately focused and allen was more than willing to let the space council take -- dollars matter. darman was our director of omb and he was a bona fide space guy.
we would be happy to share with you about how adjustments and the national and state legislation can improve productivity and improve economic performance. >> okay, -- i'm going to let their ranking member -- what i think each of you indicated you will help us. you say something should be done, so i am presuppose all of you will submit to us some specifics that we could incorporate and start working as the energy commerce towards this. the gentle lady from colorado. >> thank you and i agreed. i had asked them for that information earlier and i really look forward to working with all of you because as we are set, no action said the devils in the details of the regulations you can say we are all for regulatory reform. we also probably need to streamline some of the statutes because a lot of the regulations will from the statutes and so i think we need to look at all of those. i've been sitting up here thinking about this led stanford with the cp s.i. a. i was on the conference committee with chairman barton and others in your exactly right, there was only one no vote on that on the hou
arizona rise? >> i have an amendment at the desk. number 44. the clerk: page 76, linge, national forest system, $1 billion. the chair: for what purpose does the gentleman from arizona rise? >> i have an amendment at the desk, mr. chairman. the chair: the clerk will specify the amendment, please. number 44. the clerk will report the amendment. the clerk will designate the amendment. the clerk: amendment number 56 printed in the congressional record offered by mr. gosar of arizona. the chair: the gentleman is recognized for five minutes. mr. gosar: that's the wrong amendment. 44. the chair: the clerk will report the amendment. the clerk: amendment offered by mr. gosar, insert after each dollar amount the following, increased by $10 million, page 80, line 1, insert after the dollar amount the following, reduced by $16,600,000. the chair: the gentleman is recognized for five minutes. mr. gosar: i would like to offer an amendment. this summer over a million acres of forest land and 600,000 of federal, state and private lands burned throughout the american southwest. they are costing taxpayer
now. captioned by the national captioning institute --www.ncicap.org-- >>> good evening. i am pamela brown. we begin with the dangerous heat wave temperatures once again hitting a triple digits. code orange air quality is in effect today. paramedics have received dozens of heat-related calls and metro is allowing people to carry bottled water on their trains and buses. steve rudin when is the relief going to be here? >> a little bit of a relief tomorrow but the heat and humidity is out there and we are feeling it big time. the current temperature at reagan national airport 100 degrees. we broke the record in 1991. 102 degrees at reagan national airport was the high. this is what it feels like, the heat index 109 at reagan national 104 dulles airport. at the latest doppler radar thunderstorms clearing to the south, south of fredericksburg. earlier, they have had a severe thunderstorm warnings. we have a new heat advisory that will go into effect for the daytime hours tomorrow, expiring tomorrow night. then thunderstorms through the day. are you ready for another potential heat wave? t
more ways to earn points. what's your story? citian help you write it. captioned by the national captioning institute --www.ncicap.org-- >>> his last facebook post. >> a family's pain after a young man is killed during a massive brawl. >> i am john gonzales with the grieving family of a 21-year-old killed. >> a family of homeless during a celebratory weekend. a fast-moving fire tears through a d.c. community. these gruesome labels are causing some smokers to be cautious. preparing for the fourth. >> it will probably be awesome. we cannot wait for the fireworks. >> plenty of traffic and heat on this july for the weekend. >>> live and in hd, this is abc7 news at 11, on your side. >>> we are a half hour away from the official start to the holiday weekend. we all want to know what the weather will be like. let's go to bob ryan with the first look at the forecast. >> we have had a wonderful few days and it will continue into at least part of the weekend. here is how things look tonight. did you -- they are still walking on the boardwalk. all the spots on the beaches are just great. th
december 31, those negotiations should start now [captions copyright national cable satellite corp. 2011] [captioning performed by national captioning institute] >> u.s. house should be coming back in in 15 minutes and vote on amendments that limits the e.p.a.'s water quality standards. more live house coverage. a number of hearings on capitol hill today. during one of them, congressman sander levin said that the fight over raising the country's debt limit is hurting congress' ability to overhaul the tax code. his remarks came during a joint meeting. going to bring you a portion of congressman levin's remarks and see the entire hearing in our video library and later here on c-span. >> appreciate our holding the joint hearing. i think there is an opportunity for the ways and means committee and finance committee to work together. many areas, with the tax reform, both individual and corporate. we have been working together. the precedent has been set. i hope that is good precedent for future cooperation, because both -- with us working together it's clear we are more likely to get somethin
we have only 8% manufacturing jobs. have other nations build up manufacturing? germany has increased. they pay their workers more than we do. mexico has added manufacturing jobs thanks to bill clinton. why is that? china increases. japan has done well. technology changes. worked demand changes. we must be efficient, swift. somewhere, sometime, the president of the united states needs to protect them from unfair competition. i can do that. i cannot guarantee the jobs. it is my belief that made in growthan support will joker o jobs again. >> [inaudible] >> we followed that free trade philosophy. we just want the cheap goods. i am sure that is important to some americans. i have a case to make. competition is sufficient. will make the case. we can go cheap and fancy and unfair. look at this. we can do a stronger, better thing than the president's use -- like president used to do. i think the only way to get back real free trade is to establish what "fair" means. we are going to do it. thank you. [captioning performed by national captioning institute] [captions copyright nation
>>> strong storms. evacuation of the national mall. >> it came crashing through the living room ceiling. the ceiling is coming down now. >> i will show you the worst hit areas. >>>>> a man is killed at a holiday cookout. >>> an eyewitness to this attack tells us how it family gathering quickly turned violent. >>> closing arguments in the casey anthony murder trial. >>> it is the national independence day celebration. >> countdown to the fourth, what you need to know about tamara's festivity. -- about tomorrow's custody. -- about tomorrows festivity. captioned by the national captioning institute --www.ncicap.org-- >> we are just getting word that a man was killed during tonight's storms. hate cyclist was near whites -- a cyclist was near white's ferry. we will bring you more details as it becomes more available. we have been tracking the storms as they move through our region. we have complete storm watch coverage. we also have house the national mall was evacuated. more on tonight's powerful wind gusts. >> storms moved through the eerie quickly during the 6:00 hour. the maximum
agreement between the faa, the federal aviation administration and the national air traffic controller's association. they say the air traffic controllers can use sick time or vacation time if they're too sleepy to come to work and if they're working the overnight shift, they can listen to the radio and read to help them stay active and awake. although the new policies were in development for a couple of years, the issue of sleeping air traffic controllers has been particularly front and center this year. since april, there have been at least seven instances of controllers sleeping on the job. in one case, two planes landed in northern virginia without any help from thattery traffic controller who dozed off. the faa mandated all controllers get a minimum of nine hours off between shift, an increase of an hour and to prevent sleepy workers. the transportation secretary said of the new rules, quote, the american public must have confidence that our nation's air track controllers are rested and ready to work and we have the safe of the system in the world and we need it to make changes an
. this is about one hour. >> for more information about the national press club, visit our web site at press.org. and want to welcome a audiences. we also produce a weekly podcast that you can get free as a download. we will have a q&a and answer as many questions as time permits up. i will introduce each of you. first a member of our speakers committee. kantor shot. chair -- andrew shaw. chair of our defense committee. -- events committee. and then the only spells of a member of congress who has traveled in space and one of two siblings that traffic in space. husband to congress common gabrielle giffords. -- congress woman gabrielle giffords. [applause] chris chambers, a journalist and professor. [unintelligible] correspondent at abc news. [applause] today is newsmaker attention is not just about charlie bolden but also the future of nasa. it is about the vision of president barack obama and some harsh budgetary realities. with more than 18,000 employees, nasa runs 10 field centers. because global leadership through strategic and international relationships. it has a rich history. hamas the
. understanding the importance of training the afghan national army and police and helping the people establish their own local rule. those are the lessons we took out of iraq and they apply to afghanistan. >> and are you comfortable with the progress made so far? >> i am. and i think we have every reason to be optimistic. i can speak about helmand province where the marines are and we have other nations along the side of us, but i'm encourage by what is going on there. >> let me take you to a learning question. lessons are being learned on a daily and hourly field, and even into the nuances as that battlefield ebbs and flows, there have been set backs with karzai's half brother being killed, the governor of kandahar being killed, how quickly are you taking some of the lessons that you are harvesting from the field and getting into the hands of the predeployment force? >> it's almost overnight. we have marine corp on the grounds there, 12 of them, they are out with the units. and what happens is tactics and techniques, things change and the way the enemy reacts and to include the ied's or as so
it is playing cause to all men that it was covetedness of the proprior tores as you call them into the nation of the poor people. he reasoned you have to have a reason to improve your land and make more money, just on the face of it, wasn't the wonderful thing to do and said the proprietors, if there was not some desirable entertainment through the flesh, you would never seek these improvements. [laughter] the notion there is a morally correct amount of ambition that the small farmers tend to aim at which is what they call a competency and maybe set up your kids the same way, and then there's that unacceptable amount of ambition, and that's often called unbounded evers. [laughter] that's a particularly evangelical voice, but you can find secular voices saying similar things, even someone like benjamin frankly and self-made go-get-him kind of guy and how different that is from wanting a competency. the final quote makes a lead to the revolution, and this is the quotation from an almanac written for the year 1767, just the beginning the dispute with england. it had the sugar and stamp act and n
and closer to an almost unthinkable national default. we are going to ask some of the smartest people in washington to explain what is going on tonight. john king, jessica yellin. first, i want to go straight to is that they're trying to win over some of the undecides of some of the no votes amongst the conservatives in their party. what they were discussing at one point was trying to tweak the bill in order to win over conservatives who are unhappy that the bill didn't go far enough, piers. and what they were talking about doing is making the second debt ceiling vote that is part of this bill, making that increase contingent upon congressional passage of a balanced budget amendment. this goes further than the bill does at this point. they thought this was going to win over conservatives. conservatives shot it down in the room. and they're back at square one. so what we're told is that their leaders are meeting this evening still at this hour. they're still talking and they will be meeting with their conference, all of their republican members, tomorrow at 10:00 a.m. but let's be hone
it from chemicals, toxins and poisons. this is a country that took pride in creating the first national park and expanding it over time to create the most awesome national park system in the entire world. this is a country that took great pride in the snake river and the use of the land and water conservation funds. an argument was made a moment ago that there isn't enough money, but a month ago, an effort to increase the royalties from our oil, that is pumped from our land, the land of the people of the united states to increase those royalties and in fact to get a royalty was rejected from our republican colleagues. this legislation goes far beyond that and over time will destroy the pride that we have taken in creating our national parks and setting aside for future generations the great advice tass of america ca -- vistas. you look at this bill and you say, how could they put in legislation that would block the effort of the e.p.a. to eliminate mercury poison in our air and water? how could they allow a bill that would create more soot in our atmosphere, put 34,000 lives at risk, ex
of the library also made efforts to preserve the 9/11 experience. >> we will look for the national events, for example, the 9/11 terrorist attacks. that was a major event in u.s. history, and so we had a conscious, targeted acquisition to go out and gather in, whether it was photographs, fine print, comic or cartoons. grex preserving the past, especially in times of international conflict takes on a special division of maps. >> maps are important in the ether preparing for conflict or afterwards. >> this is an interesting map of the utah region that was made in probably april and may of 1944. it is a racist, relief map on foam rubber. it was made to be carried. it was used to brief officers, commanders, prior to d day in normandy. you could actually see and feel where the heteros work. uka to the valleys and -- where the hedgerows were. you could actually see the valleys. you could see every building, the fortifications, most of which had been bombed prior to the landing, in contrast to the omaha rates. only 200 people lost their lives and at the end of the first day we had about 24,000 t
to the national press club. my name is mark. i'm a broadcast journalist with the associated press, and i am the 104th president of the national press club. we're the world's leading organization for journalist and we're committed to our profession's future to our programing of events such as this and working to foster a free press worldwide. for more inflation about the national press club, i invite you to take a look at our website, press.org, and donate to programs offered to the public through our journalism library. . donna is a reporter for "usa today" and a past president. mary eisenhower is president and ceo of people to people international and a granddaughter of dwight d. eisenhower. she is also a fellow -- we will skip over the podium. we have our speech -- speakers' committee chair doing a fabulous job this year. we will skip over or guest speaker for a moment. we have a contributor for "newsweek." robert is the research director for cnn. jonathan is producer-director of the "lieutenant dan band: for the common good" film. rachel re is a tv review were -- reviewer out o
a bicyclist died in montgomery county. the national park service says that a 56-year-old was riding tree the canal path when a during last night's storm, near white's ferry. died.n name is not been released. >>> holiday off means a data metro region. the heavy rain and high winds down tree limbs and power lines, leaving tens of thousands of people in the dark overnight. authorities had to evacuate the national mall, sending people scrambling. jummy olabanji has more. >> good morning. we are on roberts lane in arlington. it's pretty dark because these folks have been without power since yesterday's storm. allge tree and granted down across this neighborhood. we can show you video what it when the strong yesterday, bringing heavy rain, wind, and lightning. the national mall was evacuated. that delayed the test results for today's fourth of july concert on the mall. in arlington, trees went homes and on cars. like a mini-tornado blew through the neighborhood. airlines were down. there was debris down and trees everywhere. on the b-w parkway traffic was hours for several trees down on the ro
. reagan national, 82 degrees. it feels like almost 90 degrees. the cool air has yet to arrive in the downtown area. we have heavy storms that moved across st. mary's county and installed rivera, causing a flash flood during the early morning. the flood warning is now gone. daytime highs today in the upper 80's to low 90's. chance of scattered storms this afternoon. >>> right now i will give you the all clear and the green light. along the greenway, the toll road as well looking good. if 66 between centreville and the beltway look good. 270 southbound from frederick's looking good. normal travel times between father hurley boulevard and the beltway. looks good on 95 between richmond and baltimore. back to you. >> thank you. >>> 5:01. a developing story from baltimore. investigators searching for missing baby and a teenager who was watching him. a 16-year-old was watching a seven-year-olmonth-old while his father went to the store. authorities believe they may be in prince george's, montgomery county. >>> are other big story, a nation on the brink. lawmakers have little more tha
at nationals park. yesterday, the nationals gave davie johnson the best gift issue a win in his debut and today back to business, the first double header since the 19th century and that is a log time. the nats and pirates, game one. here we go. the bottom of the 7th and this is desmond, a swing and miss for stroke 3 or not? and johnson comes out to argue with the home plate umpire. the catcher didn't catch it and no dice, he moves on. the next batter, pink for livan herandez and with the ultimate revenge. a long ball to right center and a solo homer, game tied 2-2. in the top of the 8th, the former pirate couldn't keep it tied and would surrender back-to- back home runs including this one by andrew mccutchen, the nationals fall to the pirates 5- 3 and davey johnson weighs in on burnet. >> that has to be his spot and no clip. and i can't, you know, i can't -- on that and subpoena's got to get it doney and i feel confident. >> and we pick up game two in the bottom of the 8th. the nationals trail 3-2 and ramos to bat, a swing and miss. the pinch runne
of arizona is concerned with the security of our national border and the impact of illegal border crossing and smuggling on our communities, economy, and overall safety. we have seen with our own eyes some of the violence across the border move north into arizona, such as with the death of border patrol agent brian terry. i love our law-abiding neighbors in mexico and countries further south. i want the u.s. to be as secure as is reasonable from harm that can come from international lawbreakers and criminals that pose a constant and serious threat to the well-being of our nation. the president recently agreed to extend the commitment of the national guard troops along our border, but more has to be done to protect our communities. if i look forward to discussing this with our first panelist, deputy commissioner david aguilar of the united states custom and border protection. on our second panel this afternoon, we are focused on community resiliency. and how quick communities and individuals can recover after disaster strikes. this is especially important as natural disasters and other emer
. [captioning performed by national captioning institute] [captions copyright national cable satellite corp. 2011] >> as far as how states are viewing debt discussions in washington, what concerns among chief executives like yourself? >> the concerns are two-fold. the biggest concern and the more inaction we have been out of washington, d.c., the more upset this causes in our own economies and state. consumer confidence and business confidence is affecting my economy. you can imagine my consumer confidence is down. i'm not getting revenues and it is affecting the coffers of state government. a number of those in the business community have money but have not been willing to hire simply because of the uncertainty of what is going on in washington, d.c. that really has a direct impact but not just my state. with all the individuals at the table, we said if what we hear is correct and you are planning a 10% cut of medicaid to the tune about $100 billion and the backs of the states, you need to know the consequences of that and only to those who are being served by that but also, is to those ki
based on the assessment from the military experts came up with that conclusion. as i said, our national security forces are in position to take the lead gradually. we are hopeful that by 2014 we should complete the transition process. host: when that happens, how does the country in vision relations with pakistan, especially along the borders and with concerns about safe-haven? guest: safe havens, unfortunately, it is a fact that now everyone enologist. this is something we have been saying for the last 10 years or so. our president has still insisted on this. unless you are dealing with the safe haven, which is the root cause, no matter when you do in afghanistan. we will not get the objectives that we are both looking for. this is a problem, but the good news is we have had a constructive dialogue with pakistani government and also with other relevant authorities in pakistan to come up with a reconciliation program, something that we can both benefit from, to be an honest partner for the fight. host: for those discussions foster and all by the death of t osama bin laden? guest: even b
of that patriotic logo into a for fused, unitary, centralized symbol of national might, appropriately emblazoned on the side of a bomber owned by the u.s. military representing a kind of national unity. and the way she holds her hand painting within the lines captures the way that americans taught themselves to internalize their sense of obligation to the government. .. >> linda hogan, in your pulitzer nominated book mean spirit, whose grace? your character grace? >> guest: grace is the character who was murdered at the beginning of the book. a pulitzer finalist that year. not a nominee. the pulitzer was won by john updike. so i lost to john updike. that is probably a given. grace is the person who began the book. who began the book. this is based on -- "mean spirit" is based on the oil boom in oklahoma and basically a true story with fictional characters woven in. it is about what happened during the oil boom. the non indian men came into the area to become oil wealthy and found they could do so by marion women. and receiving their land because they were men. they could become owners of the lan
by the national captioning institute --www.ncicap.org-- >>> it is even getting hotter and more dangerous. >> the heat is more dangerous for some and we are not just talking about children and the elderly. >> the reason why the feds have a concern before the 9/11 anniversary. >> why this attack is particularly disturbing. a possible break in the debt went negotiations. a compromise and the condition made by the white house. >>> live and in hd, this is abc7 news at 11. >>> firefighters are battling the fire at the watergate hotel. the d.c. fire department tells us the fire broke out on the 10th floor of the apartment building. the planes were confined to just one apartment. several predicted the flames were confined to just one apartment. no one was seriously hurt. we will monitor developments. >> the heat that has been blistering all week long. we are now watching for 100 degrees in what could be the hottest stretch of the weather this year. we have lied team coverage. we have more about the dangers that people are facing. >> it is really dangerous heat because the nighttime temperatures
captioned by the national captioning institute --www.ncicap.org-- >> it is one of the highest profile murders in the nation in years. today, closing arguments to place in the case anthony murder trial the 25-year-old orland woman is accused of killing her 2-year-old daughter caylee. >> good morning. >> the prosecution came out swinging casting casey anthony as a lying, selfish party girl who felt burdened by her party girl and saw only one way out. >> the conflict between the life that she wanted and the life that was thrust upon her was simply irreconcilable. she chose to sacrifice her child. >> the prosecutor said the murder was premeditated, once again showing the jury the duct tape found on her skull. >> there is no reason to put that tape over the face of a trout, living or dead. and that, ladies and gentlemen is proof beyond a reasonable doubt. >> the defense stumble before the even started. the judge ruled that they could not bring up allegations of sexual abuse and incest because they never prove it. >> there is absolutely no evidence that the defendant was sexually mo
on the gop 2012 presidential field. and national public radio correspondent julie rovner. "washington journal," live at 7:00 a.m. eastern on c-span. >> joining us from salt lake city, governor christine gregoire. she serves as the chair for the association. governor, thank you for your time today. >> joining us this sarah murray from the wall street journal. as far as how states are giving that top discussions here in washington d.c., what are the concerns among chief executives like yourself among what is going on? >> i think the biggest concern the biggest concern and the more inaction we have been out of washington, d.c., the more upset this causes in our own economies and state. consumer confidence and business confidence is affecting my economy. you can imagine my consumer confidence is down. i'm not getting revenues and it is affecting the coffers of state government. a number of those in the business community have money but have not been willing to hire simply because of the uncertainty of what is going on in washington, d.c. that really has a direct impact but not just my state. with
with the daytime highs, 97 at national airport. 94 at dulles. 98 at baltimore and we still have the heat advisory through until 8:00 tonight for our area as well. so, this means with the heat and humidity, it will feel like 105 degrees out there. right now it feels like it's about 102 at national airport. it's 96 air temperature-wise. 93 at dulles feeling like 98 degrees. and it feels like 103 in baltimore at 97 degrees. satellite and radar composite, we dodged a bullet across the main city areas with storms that plowed to the south and east of us. we aren't quite out of the clear. we could see a pop up thunderstorm before it's said and done. storms, possibly warm and muggy at 78 degrees. a light northerly wind. finally a bit of a dip ahead in the temperatures and i will have the details later. >> we will take any improvement we can get. finally a dip ahead. i will dream about that line tonight, thanks. >>> dealing with relentless heat is one thing. waking up in the middle of a fire is unreal. that is what happened at a dc apartment building on investigate avenue that sent several people to the h
and bankruptcy, and they cannot spend much money that the government and nation essentially what wrote. you don't hear conservatives making that point very often these days. and the reason is because principle applies right here in the united states as well. and everybody is becoming aware of the problem. at the future for freedom foundation we've been saying this is a fact wrote this country is headed down. this is the fact that the government advocates, advocates of the u.s. empire, the welfare state taken our nation doing controlled spending, debt, inflation and all that comes with it. sure enough that's where we are. people figure out finally bit the big spending problem is a big problem in the united states and are starting to realize comes from the award for weight and the welfare state. and the big spending has consequences. we see it in terms of violations of financial privacy and in terms a voracious government that can't bear enough. we see it ironically enough from the government are going from the very regime of many people in my generation and the vietnam war, a word that is still
is as many moms and dads as possible able to take their >> are 163 statutory organizations in the national health service. can you tell us how many there will be in the top down reorganization? >> the all but i can tell the hon. gentleman, is that the health reforms that now have the support of the health minister will see a reduction in barack receipt, because they're getting -- let me give the answer to the question. the no. i was going to go by, from 163 to 521. health and the well-being board, authorize commissioning group, and the national commissioning board. fha clusters. clinical networks. mr. speaker, is this what you meant? >> do we not have the figures of saving. we are saving 5 billion pounds, and what we inherited was a situation where the number was going up four times as fast as the number of nurses. the number of doctors has gone up and the number of bureaucrats has gone down. >> we have more doctors and nurses than ever before. the shortest waiting list ever, and the highest patient satisfaction ever. he says that he will save money but he does not publish the figures. he
those crossings. the nation has come up with what is known as the western hemisphere tribal initiative, which has basically given the states, the border states, and thus the ability to use a limited amount of travel documents that they can apply for and used across there. now, they have not gotten to that point yet. when we do get to that point, they will be able to cross back and forth as citizens. this goes back to the treaty of 1835, when that nation was split. the other question that to ask relates to the forward operating base is where our officers are deployed. they live and operate in those areas. this year as part of a $600 million supplement that will bring us up to 10 forward operating bases in that remote area. they are absolutely essential to operations. i think that you will be pleasantly surprised to see the difference from when you saw it the last time to what the border is now. still a lot of work to do. >> are the shadows still operating? >> they do operate and are currently working for ice. >> thank-you. >> [inaudible] we do appreciate it. i look forward to further di
>>> on the broadcast tonight, frustration nation. anger grows across america over gridlock on the debt crisis as tonight the president prepares to address the nation again about the looming meltdown. >>> did he act alone? a man accused of killing dozens of people in norway faces the charges against him, and adds something ominous about his mission. >>> the lost artist. a lifetime of talent and fatal demons and now the question, could anything have saved amy winehouse? >>> and flip-flopping on what the right thing is to wear to work, where things have definitely changed. "nightly news" begins now. captions paid for by nbc-universal television >>> good evening. right about now on a monday night in july, a lot of americans have had it with what they see and hear coming out of washington. talks that start up and break off, insults and threats and slights between the two sides, the two parties, politics, posturing over real progress and compromise. listen to what americans across this country are saying today about their leaders in washington. >> it is embarrassing. if we hold o
, this country moves closer and closer to an almost unthinkable national default. congressional correspondent kate bolduan here to explain if she can what's going on tonight. kate, can you? what is going on? >> reporter: it's been a wild day up here, i'll tell you, piers. it all started when the house republican leaders, they abruptly stopped debate on this bill that they thought they were going to have enough support for because they didn't have enough support. and then hours of behind closed doors, arm twisting and trying to round up the votes around this bill as they continued throughout the evening to say that they still intended to have a vote and then abruptly just a little over an hour ago, i would say, republican leaders came out and they said they were not going to have a vote and that they'd be continuing their negotiations and they'd come back in tomorrow morning. so what really we're now learning has been happening behind the scenes at least in part. we've learned from a house republican source. is that they're trying to win over some of the undecides of some of the no votes among
-- the cuts made in this bill alone right our nation's fiscal? no. it moves the rutter to turn it around. the bill changes the way washington has spent taxpayers' money in the past. for example, there are no earmarks in this bill. also, because this bill is being considered in an open rule, any member can offer an amendment to increase or decrease funding levels. again, the 3.3% cut to the department of energy and corps of engineers' budget will not solve all our nation's fiscal problems but at least it's the step in the right direction. mr. speaker, once again, i rise in support of this rule and the underlying legislation. given our current pudget situation, the appropriations committee has worked diligently to provide us with the fiscal responsible bill that allows congress to begin living within its means, just like the american families and businesses are forced to do every day. i encourage my colleagues to vote why on the -- vote yes on the bill and yes on the rule. i reserve the balance of my time. the speaker pro tempore: the gentleman reserves the balance of his time. the gentlem
to exist as a single nation. one single state did not defend the nation after the attacks on pearl harbor we came together. one state on its own or one region did not end segregation and establish civil rights. we did it together. there are times when the stakes are so high that we simply must unite. so i raise the question of where are we with this bill that seems to attack both clean air and clean water by repealing requirements that prevent pesticide spray from chemical companies from entering rivers and streams. i come from the energy sector. i believe that the energy sector creates jobs. i also believe that we can be a good neighbor, strong in our domestic development and production, but also concerned about clean air. when you listen to those who have worked in this area for so long, you hear opposition from the wilderness society that says this is an extreme assault on america's bedrock environmental protection. the clean water network that says these severe spending and budgetary cuts in this bill includes not only cut bus a series of policy riders really having no place in the ap
family that needs services. absolutely. we're finding more and more of our population in the national guard has never deployed. and our suicide rate in the army national guard doubled from 2009 to 2010, so there were huge, drastic, tragic consequences for not getting assistance. and, i wanted to point out that the national guard has put in 54 directors of psychological health in all our states and territories. we have yellow ribbon programs. we have transition assistance advisor programs. we have employer support. tell me a little bit ... let's go back and let's talk about the yellow ribbon program. for example, what is it destined to do? the yellow ribbon program is a reserve component program we use in the national guard that brings service members together at various points through the deployment process, before they deploy and then at certain days after they deploy. and it allows them, with their family members, to come back and start talking about reintegrating into civilian life, which is very different. anyone who has ever deployed, whether it's outside of the united states or
nation agency and nasa astronauts. [no audio] [no audio] [no audio] >> houston. >> within block three, atlantis. [no audio] [no audio] [no audio] [no audio] >> i think, houston, step four if you like the inbat, we double checked it, we like it, and ready for ops 201. >> we do like the inbat and are ready for ops 201. [no audio] [no audio] [no audio] [no audio] >> this is mission control houston, almost one hour into atlantis' final flight, the four crew members setting up all of their equipment setting up their data processing as they set up to the on orbit load, about 30 minutes or so from now, 35 minutes from now perhaps, we'll get into the time frame for the opening of the payload bay doors and the activation of the radiators to take over the flash evaporator system initiated about five minutes or so into the flight to provide cooling for the shuttle aveonics. the system provides temporary cooling during assent and entry, otherwise the radiators dispate heat and the doors are opened and the raid radiators are deployed. [no audio] >> following its launch at 10:29 central time this m
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